London, May 3 (ANI): Coach Rafa Benitez is set to face crunch talks with club owners, including new chairman Martin Broughton.
According to The Sun, he said: "I have four years left on my contract and I still have to talk with the new chairman, so nothing is clear cut, nothing is straightforward. I will have a meeting with the chairman in the next few days and we will talk."
"We have to wait, it is not just for me to ask one or two questions. If we have a conversation we will try and keep it private. It is just to talk about the future. You are asking about my future, but the future of the club is more important," he added.
Benitez revealed this weekend he was on the verge of quitting because of "broken promises".
The Spaniard has told friends he is tempted by an apparent 80-million-pound budget at Juventus.
Yet he added: "I've heard all the speculation over the last two or three weeks and read a lot of news about a lot of things - but, at the moment, we have another game to play." (ANI)